Shivam Dube overview

Shivam Dube is an Indian cricketer. He was born on 26th June 1993 in Mumbai. Shivam Dube is an all-rounder. He is a right-arm medium pacer and a left-hand batsman. He started playing cricket at the age of 10. During that phase, the young Dube used to get throw-down in his residential colony from his domestic corner, and then his job was to bring the ball back from different corners of the playing area. His passion for the game attracted his father. Dube continued playing, but at the age of 14, his career got a big break as he stopped playing due to overweight. During that time he was not able to do fitness training following financial constraints. Still, Dubey returned to mainstream cricket after a gap of five years at his age of 19. Later Dubey revealed that his father was his biggest motivator who pumped a lot of encouragement to Dube even after the loss of his five years.

Shivam Dube is fondly called ‘Lambu’ for 6 fit tall and a broad-chest. At the age of his 19, he returned to mainstream cricket, reducing almost 10 kg weight to improve his fitness and agility. Since then, the product of Mumbai's Morarji School that won under-14 Giles Shield, Dubey is popular for being able to hit big sixes and bowl at 130 kilometers per hour consistently.

Batting Career Summary

M Inn NO Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 200 50 4s 6s
ODI 1 1 0 9 9 9.0 6 150.0 0 0 0 1 0
T20 12 9 3 105 54 17.5 77 136.36 0 0 1 7 6
IPL 15 13 3 169 27 16.9 138 122.46 0 0 0 6 12

Bowling Career Summary

M Inn B Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ Avg SR 5W 10W
ODI 1 1 47 68 0 0/68 0/68 8.68 0.0 0.0 0 0
T20 12 11 129 216 5 3/30 3/30 10.05 43.2 25.8 0 0
IPL 15 7 64 81 4 2/15 2/15 7.59 20.25 16.0 0 0

Early signs

Shivam Dube made his debut in the first-class game in the fourth quarter-final of Ranji Trophy against Karnataka at Nagpur in 2017. Dube, despite having failed to score in the first innings (he scored only 7 runs off 31 deliveries) shined in the second innings with 71 runs off 91 deliveries, hitting 7 fours and 4 sixes and he also produced a formidable performance with the ball, capturing 5 wickets at the cost of 98 runs in 37 overs at an economy rate of 2.65. However, the match was won by Karnataka by an innings and 20 runs. Dubey achieved his maiden century in first-class cricket in 2018 against Railways. In the second match in Ranji Trophy that year Dubey bagged another five-wicket haul against Karnataka with 7 for 54. In the same year in 2018, Dubey grabbed headlines in the media all over the country, hitting 5 sixes in an over in the Ranji Trophy match against Baroda. He became the highest wicket-taker in Ranji Trophy in 2018 having captured 23 wickets in 8 matches. Dubey has participated in 16 first-class matches so far and scored 1012 runs at an average of 48.19 including 2 centuries and 7 fifties where his best score has been 114. The all-rounder made his debut in List 'A' game for Mumbai in Vijay Hazare Trophy in 2017 against Rajasthan. He did not get the opportunity to bat but with the ball, he scalped 2 wickets giving away 42 runs in 7 overs. He has scored 623 runs from his 37 List ‘A’ matches and captured 35 wickets with his best figure of 3 for 21.

ODI Career

Shivam Dube had the opportunity to take part in one One-Day International match against West Indies in Chennai in 2019. Dube was out for only 9 runs and became wicket-less in his 7.5 overs giving away 68 expensive runs. Dube also had an impressive performance with India A against West Indies A in their home in 2019. In the first four-day game Dubey hit a splendid 71, partnering with Wriddhiman Saha. In the second four-day game Dube went to bat at a time when India A had lost 5 wickets for 20 runs. Dube rescued the team with a brilliant 79 and he also captured five wickets in three unofficial Tests.

Test career


IPL career

The superb form of Shivam compelled Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore to buy him at Rs 5 crore. However, Dube was played only four matches in the season with RCB. He scored 40 runs in 4 matches in IPL 2019 but became wicket-less. Dube has scored 689 runs from 55 T20s and picked up 32 wickets in T20 matches. He made his debut in a Twenty20 International match against Bangladesh in 2019. He has played 13 T20Is so far and scored 105 runs and picked up 5 wickets so far.

T20 Career

Shivam Dube began his journey in the Twenty20 game in 2016 against Baroda. In his maiden match, Dube remained 21 unbeaten playing 17 deliveries but became wicket-less at the cost of 15 expensive runs from only one over. But after a gap of two years, in 2018 Dubey was in tremendous form, stealing the limelight after having hit five 6s against Pravin Tambe in a T20 Mumbai League match. In the final of that competition, Dube struck a rapid 34 and scalped 3 wickets for 7 runs to earn the man-of-the tournament award.

ICC Trophies

Even with a loss of five years from career Shivam Dube succeeds.


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